SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The California Nations Indian Gaming Association announced today that the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians has rejoined the organization.
"Rincon is very pleased to join CNIGA," said Rincon Chairman Bo Mazzetti. "CNIGA's proven track record of protecting tribal sovereignty and economic development supports our tribal goals and vision. Rincon looks forward to partnering with CNIGA to ensure tribal gaming rights and protections for future generations."
The northern San Diego County-based tribe operates the Harrah's Rincon casino near the town of Valley Center which features a 21-story hotel tower as well as a spa and several restaurants.
"CNIGA welcomes the Rincon Tribal Government back to the association and we look forward to their participation and contributions," said CNIGA Chairman Anthony Miranda. "Together, CNIGA and our member tribes will continue our work to preserve and protect tribal sovereign rights now and for generations to come."
Representing 32 federally recognized tribal governments; CNIGA is the largest and most influential tribal organization in California. CNIGA is dedicated to protecting the sovereign right of Indian tribes to have gaming on their land. It serves as a planning and coordinating agency for legislative, policy, legal and communications efforts on behalf of its members and serves as an industry forum for information and resources.
SOURCE California Nations Indian Gaming Association